Daily Dose @ 5: Malaysia uses oil-backed trust fund to pay for vaccines, No sign of Indonesia's missing submarine

Apr 22, 09:00 AM
Among the headlines for Thursday, 22 April, 2021, the Malaysian government has enacted a new emergency law, allowing it to use funds, derived from oil and gas contributions, to pay for vaccine procurement, as it looks to ramp up the National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme.
 
Also, there were still no signs of Indonesia’s  KRI Nanggala-402, with 53 crew aboard as of Thursday afternoon, where a search and rescue mission was ongoing in calm weather conditions.
 
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